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This is for science and is due friday

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  • This is my good friend Sam the cell. She is currently going though interphase, where she carries out normal life functions and towards the end, doubles her DNA.
  • nucleus with DNA that is doubling
  • cell membrane
  • Cells are so amazing! They are also like magicians, and make the nuclear membrane start to disappear. The spindle fibers of the centrioles start to form also!
  • Chromosomes with centomere
  • Prophase is the next step of cell division but the first stage of mitosis. This is where the cell shows off her skills of creating chromosomes.
  • Spindle fibers
  • Fred, who do you want to be like when you grow up?
  • Metaphase is the third step in cell division and the second stage of mitosis. Here, all of the chromosomes will line up in the middle and the spindle fibers will attach to the centromere.
  • I want to be exactly like Sam the cell! She's magical!
  • No silly, the paired chromosomes separate and move to opposite sides of the cell!
  • Guess what Tommy and Fred! Anaphase is the third stage of mitosis and the fourth step of cell division can you guess what goes on here?
  • Does a rabbit come out of the chromosomes?
  • The separated chromatids arrive at the opposite sides of the cell, a nuclear membrane starts to form around them. Chromatids now unravel into loose strands and the cell begins to pinch in.
  • What's telephase?
  • Does a rabbit now come out of the spindle fibers?
  • Loose strands on DNA inside new nucleus
  • Cell membrane starting to pinch in.
  • Sam disappears?
  • Cells are so cool! They can move objects with their mind through telekinesis!
  • The last stage of cell division is cytokinesis. This stage is definitely not last because cell division is a cycle. In this stage, there are two identical daughter cells, each with one nucleus.
  • Not telekinesis! Cytokinesis!
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